Toyota GR Corolla By The Numbers: 0-60, Horsepower, Lap Times, And More
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by Karl Furlong
5h ago
The Toyota GR Corolla was the Japanese brands most exciting arrival for the 2023 model year. After years of going unchallenged by its domestic rivals, the Honda Civic Type R finally has a worthy competitor that isnt a hot Golf. The GR Corolla brings the expertise of Toyotas performance division to a humble family nameplate, and it sets itself apart from many hatchback rivals by powering all four wheels. But the trick all-wheel-drive system is just one aspect of many that make the GR Corolla special. Lets look at some of the key numbers that define the 2024 Toyota GR Corolla, from its 0-60 time ..read more
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How Much Does A Fuel Pump Replacement Cost?
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by Zak Yankowski
7h ago
One component that can easily render a vehicle immobile is a defective fuel pump. Today, many cars utilize a direct-injection fuel system that relies not on one, but two fuel pumps. In an event where either of the fuel pumps fails, the engine will no longer be able to run. Unlike during years gone by, the modern fuel pump(s) can be extremely expensive to replace. In this article, well cover how to prolong your fuel pumps, what symptoms a worn fuel pump exhibits, how to replace a fuel pump, and how much you can expect a fuel pump replacement to cost ..read more
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The Most Powerful Series Production, Naturally Aspirated Engine Ever Made
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by Jacob Oliva
7h ago
For more than a century, automotive manufacturers have been pushing the boundaries of what is mechanically and technologically possible. Among these advancements, naturally aspirated (NA) engines have long been revered and admired for their ability to deliver raw, unfiltered power in an instant ..read more
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Heres One Reason Ford Mustang Mach-E Is Better Than The Real One
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by Jacob Oliva
8h ago
If you're in the market for a Mustang (in name, at least), you ought to know that the Ford Mustang Mach-E is cheaper to lease than its muscle car namesake. According to CarsDirect, the Mustang Mach-E is taking advantage of incentives this year. After a price cut earlier this year, the electric crossover can now be leased for $448 a month, notably less than the most affordable lease price for a Mustang coupe ..read more
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9 Big Displacement V8s You Can Still Buy For Less Than $100k
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by CarBuzz Team
9h ago
These vehicles and engine options offer big V8 power and torque even today, as most other lineups feature small engines and electric motors ..read more
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The Rise And Fall Of The Short-Lived Cadillac Blackwing V8 Engine
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by Matt Nelson
11h ago
Decades ago, before General Motors was anything like the homogenized company it is today, brands under its wide-reaching corporate umbrella operated mostly independently of one another. Competition between the marques was commonplace and, in some cases, even encouraged by GM senior management. That meant each brand, for the most part, came up with their own engine designs. That all changed in the mid-1970s when GM shifted its outlook to be more streamlined and, unfortunately, cheaper ..read more
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Ranking The Last V8 Performance Sedans By Their 0-60 Times
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by Anthony Capretto
11h ago
The reports of the death of sedans may be (somewhat) exaggerated, but the death of the V8 sedan is truly imminent. Where the once great, powerful cruisers used to cover every street corner, today the last vestiges of such models are almost exclusively found in the performance space. These are the best of the best, the cream of the crop when it comes to performance vehicles. They're here to bathe you in luxury and press you firmly into your seat when you hit the accelerator, all the while sounding fantastic while doing it ..read more
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How Ford Improved The F-150's Fuel Efficiency Over Five Decades
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by CarBuzz Team
12h ago
The F-150 is an industry leader in many ways, but few would say that fuel economy is on that list, and that's where they'd be wrong ..read more
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8 Times Supercars Were Butchered To Create Something Better
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by Anthony Capretto
12h ago
Sometimes to create something incredible, you need to destroy something incredible. Art is often destructive, forcing the artists to tear something down to its bare parts and build it back up into something new and unique that says something about themselves or the world. While not exactly common in the automotive industry, there have been plenty of times when cars have been "destroyed" just so an aftermarket company or the automaker could create something new from its bare metal ..read more
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The Most Rapid American V8 Sedans Ever Made, Ranked By Quarter-Mile Times
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by Anthony Capretto
12h ago
The sedan may be slowly dying in the American car market, but the V8 sedan already has one foot in the grave. Once ubiquitous on dealer lots across the country, the pickings have become truly slim, and if you want that sedan to be American? Well, you're left with just one model: the Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing. Take a look back just a decade ago and the situation was much better, with brand-new high-performance V8 American sedans crowding car shows and dominating drag strips ..read more
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